Stay classy, snowflake. It's time for President Donald Trump's 2018 State of the Union address. TV pundits eagerly promote that they "will be providing analysis" after the speech. Haha. They mean "analysis" that they've already written in advance. Fox will kiss ass. CNN, MSNBC, CBS, ABC, NBC, all awards shows, late night comics, social media, Hollywood, sad newspaper dinosaurs, and vile snowflakes will kick his ass. Now you you don't have to watch! Colbert leads the daily Trump hate parade. Remember the overriding rule in today's grievance culture. Whine, whine, whine. Somebody will eventually give you some attention. American media teaches us the basic rule: If it's a conservative, it is evil. If it is liberal, it is to
The week passes without an official notice from the NCAA on whether the University of Louisville's appeal of sanctions will be honored. All speculation is that the NCAA will affirm the original sanctions that include nullifying the 2013 men's basketball national championship, the 2012 Final Four appearance, and return of monies earned by the school for any games where ineligible players performed. Ineligibility was assigned to any player who had received sexual favors during a three year period where alleged prostitute Katina Powell provided women to players, recruits, and recruit chaperones. But the NCAA's silence doesn't keep The Beasman quiet. RADIO SKETCH JANUARY 26, 2018 YOU MAKE ME SICK, YOU TRAITOR TURNCOAT WILDCAT BACKSTABBER. I HEAR YOU ON THERE SMIRKIN AND
U.S. Rep. John Yarmuth popped onto the radio today to explain why the Democrats caved in on the government shutdown stalemate. We talked about Sen. Chuck Schumer's strategy, the DACA negotiations, funding the U.S. military vs funding The Dreamers, and Yarmuth replied to Gov. Matt Bevin's contention that he is "whining" about the new Medicaid waiver allowing the government to demand that able-bodied recipients either work, get job training, or provide community service. The photo above is a rare capture of Yarmuth and Bevin appearing side-by-side. We'll not have any of that bipartisanship, gentlemen. Back to your corners.
Another day in America and another senseless school shooting, this time in Benton, Kentucky. A 15-year-old student shot at least 14 fellow students, killing two of them, before surrendering to law enforcement. A witness said the shooter ran out of ammunition then attempted to run away but was apprehended without further incident. Here is former Secret Service agent Greg Gitschier, a security expert, on situational awareness and how to self-protect during an active shooter event. Gitschier details the strategy sequence of 1) run, 2) hide, or 3) fight. Listen to the audio linked above. As for Kentucky's gun tragedy, more details coming soon.
Tragic shooting at Marshall County HS...Shooter is in custody, one confirmed fatality, multiple others wounded...Much yet unknown...Please do not speculate or spread hearsay...Let’s let the first responders do their job and be grateful that they are there to do it for us...— Governor Matt Bevin (@GovMattBevin) January 23, 2018 Before any media was aware, Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin tweeted about a Benton, Ky. school shooting on January 23rd. The national media took his lead and quickly spread limited details of a tragedy that left at least one Marshall County High School student dead and at least six others injured. Bevin asked for measured reaction, only triggering anti-gun voices to shout even louder via posts and imagery. A statement from Gov. Bevin
First let's talk about Christopher Degroot. He'll be dead soon. God rest his cathartic soul. a sampling of his insane notions... Here's Christopher's opinion piece in its ludicrous entirety. (I'm a GOOD man. I scoffed at sexist Christopher's ridiculous observations about self-protection in a dangerous world. He's a pig. You go, girls!) Now to HBO Real Time host Bill Maher. His provocative brand has been under assault by feminists over the years for Maher's refusal to accept the "nothing is funny" crowd. These New Years Hawaii trips are getting weird - Saget, forgive me! pic.twitter.com/UgehBTmIUv— Bill Maher (@billmaher) January 4, 2018 A lead group of snowflakes are offended by everything and Maher doesn't mind lancing their safe place
Fifty years later, they're still finding new music from Jimi Hendrix. Bring it! The first single from the album Both Sides of the Sky, the new Jimi Hendrix album coming March 9, 2018. Both Sides Of The Sky is the final volume in a trilogy of albums (with 2010’s Valleys of Neptune and 2013’s People, Hell and Angels) intended to present the best and most significant unissued studio recordings remaining in Jimi Hendrix’s archive. The album features appearances by Stephen Stills, Johnny Winter, and Lonnie Youngblood and includes 10 studio tracks that have never seen release. It will be available on CD, digital, and as a numbered 180-gram audiophile vinyl 2LP. CREDITS FOR “MANNISH BOY” Guitar, Vocals: Jimi Hendrix Bass: Billy
From the very beginning of the human race, boy meets girl has propagated the species. The problem is that many times the boy isn't hearing NO from the girl. The boy forces himself onto the girl (or other boy, or girl with girl, or gender fluid with gender fluid) and commits a criminal assault or even rape. The #MeToo movement has made massive strides enlightening the masses when boy meets person of interest. People are woke. But are accusations always accurate? Most of the time yes. Every individual has unique boundaries which makes modern mating a minefield. Read about Aziz Ansari's September 2017 date and the subsequent fallout from his inability to recognize NO. Avowed feminist Ansari could claim #MeTooSoon but